Post by: Ewan

Macs Adventure, Tips & advice, Walking

Top 20 Inca Trail Questions

2 Apr , 2019  

The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is one of the worlds great pilgrimages. The most recognised route is the three day hike from Piscaychucho to Machu Picchu following the road that Incan royalty would take to reach the ancient city. It is a route filled with wonder, camaraderie and filled with Incan archeological wonder. Taking […]

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Adventure of the Week, Discovery, Macs Adventure

Adventure of the Week: Quito and the Andean Highlands

27 Mar , 2019  

There are some classic big walks in the world, the ones that adorn the glossy coffee table books. While we know them all intimately and love them dearly, our Product Team is constantly in search of trips that are a bit off the beaten path. Places where you can achieve the same sense of wonder, […]

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Adventure of the Week, Camino, Macs Adventure, Walking

Adventure of the Week: Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu in Luxury

20 Mar , 2019  

An ancient, mystical city in the mountains of Peru, shrouded in cloud, only accessible by foot. It is the stuff of dreams, of childhood adventure. Who wouldn’t want to go? Well, the traditional route, three days walking and staying in tents is amazing, but not for everyone. However, there is an alternative, on an equally […]

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Macs Adventure, Tips & advice, Walking

New Zealand South Island Road Trip

14 Mar , 2019  

Road tripping is the ideal way to see all that New Zealand has to offer. The South Island is rich in natural beauty and we have developed the ultimate road trip that not only gives you the best driving in the South Island, but allows you access to some of the most beautiful wilderness. Many […]

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Adventure of the Week: Wicklow Way

13 Mar , 2019  

When it comes to walking in Ireland, many people think of the West Coast, the series of peninsulae that reach out towards America in the South West of the Country. Here you will find many of Ireland’s most famous walks, but many people want to visit Dublin on their trip to Ireland, but it is […]

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Macs Adventure, Tips & advice, Walking

2 weeks in New Zealand – What Should I do?

1 Mar , 2019  

If you are visiting New Zealand for a two week holiday, how are you going to make sure you get the very best out of it? It is a great thing to want to head to a place and travel around, be free and explore, but can it be done in two weeks? From experience, […]

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Adventure of the Week: Lakes and Mountains of Andorra

26 Feb , 2019  

Small is beautiful. While the vast beauty of the US or everchanging landscapes of Spain are great reasons to visit and discover, there is something to be said for visiting somewhere that is just pure, concentrated lovliness. A tiny dot on the border of France and Spain, Andorra is actually only the sixth smallest nation […]

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Adventure of the Week: Walking in Costa Almeria

20 Feb , 2019  

The Spanish coastline is quite famous for its two-weeks-in-the-sun resort towns. Such is the beauty of the coastline, the perfect summer weather, the great food, that pretty much the whole coastline has been developed to attract those looking for a relaxing or drunken escape to the sun. However, there is a dramatically beautiful part or […]

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Adventure of the Week, Cycling, Macs Adventure

Adventure of the Week: Cycle Parma to Bologna

13 Feb , 2019  

Adventuring in a new region or country always brings with it the joys of seeing new scenery, immersing yourself in a new culture and expanding your understanding of humanity a little. While this is all true, really we are all thinking about expanding our waistlines! We are on holiday after all. While most of our […]

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Macs Adventure, Tips & advice, Walking

How long does it take to walk the South West Coast Path?

4 Feb , 2019  

The South West Coast Path is a magificent route that takes you right around the coastlines of Sommerset, Exmoor, North and South Devon and Cornwall, totalling up a whopping 630 miles of walking trail. 630 miles is a fair distance, so just how long would it take to walk this? The first thing to note […]

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